MP3: Okkervil River invite you to climb the rope in The Silver Gymnasium

12.06.2013

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Okkervil River invite you to climb the rope in The Silver Gymnasium MP3

Ben SklarIt’s rather de rigueur these days to sneak-announce the existence of new albums of note, eschewing the traditional long lead for the immediacy allowed by the internet and social media or whatnot, but in revealing the existence of a new Okkervil River record, Will Sheff went with the teasing route, playing a guessing game through last week in revealing a few letters of their new album’s title ea... Source: chromewaves.net

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